A Soviet Spy congratulated Bernie Sanders on an election he won and even visited his office.

Washington Post:

The documents from the Sanders archives include a letter from Soviet Embassy First Secretary Vadim Kuznetsov in March 1983, congratulating Sanders on his reelection as mayor and thanking Sanders for receiving him in Sanders’s office. Kuznetsov had been in Burlington to attend a conference on nuclear disarmament at the University of Vermont a few days earlier. Neither Sanders nor conference organizers appear to have read a 1976 Time magazine article that identified Kuznetsov as a member of a “Soviet intelligence squad” posing as diplomats to infiltrate U.S. politics.

In 1988, Sanders traveled to the Soviet Union on his honeymoon and forged a “sister city” cooperation program there. Many believe he gave a rosy depiction of conditions there just a few years before the communist system collapsed.

Here is the letter:

Can someone explain to me why we had a two-year investigation into Russia-Trump collusion yet someone who literally had a Soviet Spy in his office gets cover?

Should we get a special counsel put on Bernie Sanders’ ties to the Soviet Union?

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